EVENT: Atua Wahine // Amber Hahipene

Atua Wāhine // Amber Hahipene GALLERY TWO Studio One Toi Tu, 1 Ponsonby Road Opening Night: 21st June 5pm-7pm Melbourne based artist, Amber Hahipene (Ngati Awa) interprets her cultural heritage through the use of acrylic, resin, pen, ink and aerosol. Inspired by Matariki and The Seven Sisters, this...

TRINITY ROOTS ‘This Road’

Staying in tune with the Matariki events happening around the country this week, this weeks LOCAL EYES is Trinity Roots with their video for ‘This Road’, visually expressing the beauty of Maori art and Legend. The video was created by a team of both talented artists and professionals including Producer...

EVENT: Matariki On The Waterfront

MATARIKI ON THE WATERFRONT 2016 Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter July 15, 16, 17 FACEBOOK | silopark.co.nz Matariki on the Waterfront is coming back to Silo Park for another sublime celebration of tikanga Māori. As the beautiful Matariki constellation takes up residence in the sky above, Silo Park will...

EVENT: Matariki At The Waterfront (17th – 19th July)

Matariki on the Waterfront is back for 2015 for its fourth year at Waterfront Auckland this July 17th, 18th and 19th. Matariki Festival is a month-long celebration, and as the largest indigenous celebration in the country, the final weekend on Auckland’s sparkling Waterfront is the perfect opportunity to...

Matariki Art Market @ Auckland Museum

The 4th annual Matariki Art Market Sunday 19th July, 10am – 5pm Auckland Museum Atrium & Galleries FREE with Museum Entry www.aucklandmuseum.co.nz Nau mai e te hunga nui! Come to the Museum to celebrate the skill and innovation of local Māori artists, musicians and performers. Purchase unique works from...

Matariki: Season of Shakespeare – Rōmeo rāua ko Hurieta

BaseFM is proud to support Matariki: Season of Shakespeare – Rōmeo rāua ko Hurieta This year, with the dawn rising of Matariki comes the world premiere of Rōmeo rāua ko Hurieta, performed live entirely in te reo Māori at Auckland Museum’s Māori Court. Join the crew for this whānau-friendly presentation...